It would be fabulous to sit across from someone and be able to read their mind. No game-playing, just the real deal of what they're looking for and whether they've decided you have it - or not. Luckily, you can prepare more than you realize.
You were called in for a job interview, so it's obvious your resume impressed the company. Yet you never received a callback and now you're wondering what happened and why you were passed over for someone else. Was it something you said? How did you act during the interview? Or did someone else just perform better than you?
Just a quick search for the phrase “big data” on any popular job portal will result in thousands of results with a huge array of open positions. Some of the positions you will likely find include data analytics engineer, big data engineer, Hadoop developer, and big data developer. This alone helps to reflect the outpouring of demand for professionals who have some level of big data expertise.
Newly minted accounting graduates or those with a few years of experience under their belt often begin to think about the many certifications available to advance their knowledge and finance careers. Maybe you think that a CPA is your best option, even if you have no intention of becoming a public accountant. Here, we explore this and other certification options that can move your career forward and help you build up your resume.
Statistics and data are becoming important to all areas of the office, not just technical fields. With hundreds of programming languages to choose from, it's hard to know which ones to start with. Let's talk about the ones that will make you most relevant to the demands of the current job market.